algae, which could reasonably supplant fossil fuels on our planet. Algae has a higher calorific esteem (warm substance) than corn or sugar, making it more proficient as a fuel source.
This thought has been around since 1942, and from that point forward, researchers have been buckling down on different approaches to saddle this vitality.
Algae as a fuel source has applications from biodiesel to flying fuel. Certain algae species can be become scarce and the unsaturated fats are then extricated. These unsaturated fats are subjected to esterification and biodiesel is in this manner acquired. Quite basic!